The capital town of Maraland is this town of Siaha. In the Indian state of Mizoram, Siah ranks as the place having the third highest inhabitants. It is also the third most advances place in the state. It serves as an administrative headquarters of the district. It is a panoramic and breathtakingly beautiful hill station located in the North Eastern portion of the country India.
Siaha has good accommodation facilities for tourists. The tourists lodge present here is the first choice. From this lodge, one can obtain a spectacular view of the entire town of Siaha.
TOURIST PLACES IN SAIHA
Siaha (Saiha): The capital town of the Maraland Autonomous District Council is the town of Siaha. In the Indian state of Mizoram, Siaha ranks as the place having the third highest inhabitants. It is also the third most advances place in the state. In the state of Mizoram, this place called Siaha functions as the administrative headquarters of a district, one of such eight.
Pala Tipo (Lake): In the entire Indian state of Mizoram, the Pala Tipo Lake is the largest lake. It is also called by the name of Pala Lake. The lake is located on the Maraland’s western portion. The area of the lake amounts to a 30 Ha. A thick dense blanket of lush green forest encircles the lake, which has been untouched by the human kind. One can catch many animals such as elephants and other wild animals in and around this lake.
Saikao: Owing to its geographical position, this place has been chosen by the Missionaries to Maraland for their mission headquarters. The existence of the Missionaries’ House can be traced back to 60 years. The house has been constructed with wood that has been brought from the country Myanmar. The Congregational Church of India, Maraland has its headquarters in this town. One can also observe the Lorrain Ville, which is a spectacular and worth visiting street. On this street, the London missionaries have been dwelling since the time of 1920’s.
Mt.Mawma: The town of Mt. Mawna is an archaic town. The Mara tribal group was evangelized here in this town by one of the initial three mission leaders of Mizoram. This tribal group named Mara is distinct from the other tribal communities such as the Lusheis, Paites and Hmar in terms of their customs, traditions, lifestyle, language, etc. In the 1920’s the Missionaries’ House was constructed. It still remains standing in a good condition. This house was given the status of the monument of the district significance. The Archeological Survey of Maraland maintains this structure. The other popular place in this place is the Maraland Missionaries’ cemetery.
HOW TO REACH SAIHA
By air: Aizawl has the closest air terminal.
By road: One can reach Siaha via numerous buses, jeeps, taxis and private cars.